Humanitarian & Development Assistance
Our work supports both the immediate humanitarian needs of those caught up in current conflicts and the longer-term development challenges of people living with the legacy of past wars.
Interventions include improving access to prosthetics for those with debilitating trauma injuries caused by bomb blasts, landmines, or other types of serious accident. We help prepare people both physically and mentally for life with their new prosthetic, and support their physical, psychological, and social rehabilitation.
We also establish and support centres for conflict recovery. These centres enable us and our partners to provide locally-based recovery hubs. These provide conflict affected communities with access to a range of humanitarian and development services tailored to their specific needs, including trauma counselling, income generation activities and peer mentoring.
Education & Training
Through its conflict recovery centres and partnerships, The Sir Bobby Charlton Foundation offers vocational and small-business-start-up training for people in conflict affected communities with a…